king sounds latest.jpgThere was a mixed bag of activity in the world of arts during the weekend with one of the big events being the King Sounds show that was held at Spillway Pub And Restaurant near Harare last night.

Reggae lovers continue to enjoy the reggae sensations, this time around with the reggae maestro King Sounds belting out his reggae songs which many Zimbabweans had missed since the release of his last album in Zimbabwe, “There Is A Reward”.  

Chitungwiza, on Friday reverberated to the music of superstar Oliver Mtukudzi ,Tongai Dewa Moyo, Jabavu Drive Jazz band and Kapfupi. The combination gave a mixture of Sungura and Jazz music to revellers.

Tongai Moyo whose album sold out soon after its release encouraged artists to remain united in not only holding performances together but also in fighting piracy.

fashion latest.jpgMolin Katiyo showcased her contemporary African designs exhibition held at the Delta Gallery on Friday impressed many fashion enthusiasts attending the event as she showed great creativity in garment construction specializing in Chiffon, Damask and Stretch material.

The curtains closed down for the 2010 edition of the annual Jikinya dance festival competitions at Seven Arts in Harare which saw Harare’s Chembira Primary School become winners of the traditional dance competition.

 The competition saw ten groups from the country’s provinces competing to take over the button stick from ZPS primary schools winners of last years competitions.